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The Sherwood T90 Undercover Hockey Shoulder Pads are ideal for advanced level play and feature lightweight protection and mobility with a sleek look. The shoulder caps offer a comprehensive wrap to ensure sound protection when battling for the puck in the corners. Additionally, the bicep guard is adjustable and players are able to customize their pads according to their preference. The floating sternum and spinal guard are two of the great features involved in these T90 Undercover shoulder pads. This type of technology heightens mobility and increases protection because of the dual-layered effect.
- Model Number: SW000543
- Level of Play Guideline: Performance
- Sherwood Sizing Guidelines:
Shoulder Pad Size / Chest Circumference
SR XS / 28" - 30"
SR SM / 32" - 34"
SR MD / 36" - 38"
SR LG / 40" - 42"
SR XL / 42" - 44"
- Shoulder Caps - Comprehensive Wrap
- Bicep Guards - Adjustable protectors with plastic inserts
- Sternum / Spinal Protector - Segmented high density foams backed with high density foams
- Removable stomach guard
- Moisture wicking microfiber
- Multi-segmented protection
- Undercover lightweight design
Other Items to Consider
Sherwood Hockey Shoulder Pads Senior
The Sherwood T120 Hockey Shoulder Pads provide a traditional fit that focuses on mobile coverage for high level play. Sherwood uses a ventilated dual-density foam base to give some breathability on the rink.
The Sherwood T90 Hockey Shoulder Pads keeps players protected throughout the course of the game with an overlapping design that still optimizes mobility. The segmented foam base provides a layer of protection as it gives a comfortable wrap around the upper body.
The Sherwood T30 Hockey Shoulder Pads are the entry level shoulder pads providing great recreational protection in a very lightweight fit. With a segmented medium-density foam base layer, the shoulder pad wraps comfortably around the torso.
The Sherwood 5030 Hockey Shoulder Pads offer a true traditional design. These extremely lightweight design pads bring it back to what shoulder pads use to be in a simpler time when hooking calls were not so common.